Bosnia to Ban Entry and Stay for Six Migrants

Photo FENA/Harun Muminović

Inspectors of the Service for Foreigners Affairs imposed an expulsion measure on the Iranian citizen, whose behavior was the cause of riots in the temporary reception center “Blazuj”, with a ban on entry and stay on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina for a period of three years, and placed him under immigration control center, where he will stay until the conditions for his removal from BiH are met.

In cooperation with the Service for Foreigners Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior of the Sarajevo Canton, five more persons who were participants in the event in Blazuj were identified and found, who were expelled by the Service for Foreigners Affairs with a ban on entering and staying in BiH.

Among them are three citizens of Afghanistan and two citizens of Pakistan.

The persons were placed under surveillance in the Immigration Center, where they will stay until they leave the territory of BiH.

The Service for Foreigners’ Affairs, in cooperation with the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of the Interior, continues with activities to identify and prosecute those migrants who were the leaders of the riots.

In the riots that took place on January 20 in the temporary reception center in Blažuj, among the damaged vehicles is the official vehicle of the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs, BHRT writes.

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